On the 5th and 6th of February, the year 7 of Teign School went on trips to the well known attraction and conservation site, The Eden Project. After a 2 and a half hour coach ride up to Cornwall, the eager group leapt off and headed down to the induction room for an interesting speech by a guide of the project.

Here they learned many amazing facts about plants and production, and helping them to understand how we would have nothing if it weren’t for plants. Then they split into groups and set off to different activities. Throughout the day the kids learned about many plants and their uses. They learnt all this in the magnificent biomes [shown here.]
After their long and fascinating tour round the biomes, led by the talented teachers of Teign School, the children spent an exhilarating hour ice skating on the projects very own ice rink. After many bumps and slips the staff called the joyous skating to a close, much to the sadness of the children! The group then trooped back to the waiting coaches. Finally they arrived back at school, tired, bedraggled, but very happy!


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